Episode 18 – Blur Studio’s Chad Wanstreet Pt. 1

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Episode 18 – Blur Studio’s Chad Wanstreet Pt. 1


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Chad Wanstreet is an amazing artist with a very vast background, we dive into a lot of really great subjects as we discuss his background coming from architecture to working on many high profile car commercials in Detroit to relocating to Los Angeles to work for Blur Studio.

This is a subject for me really interested me, as relocating anywhere, especially with a family of your own is a very big deal and it was really exciting to delve into this as well as a lot of what he’s accomplished in the past.

Chad’s currently running a CG Society workshop as well as various other things and working with Blur on many exciting projects, very cool! This is a long one, but riddled with a lot of really great and valuable insight from someone with a heck of a lot of experience. Really valuable and I urge you to see it through!


  1. Dustin McKamie says:

    Note to self: Don’t send 2012 footage to Chad! Haha! Duly noted. Great episode. Seems like an exciting time to be a part of this industry. I’m looking forward to the next part. Chad is my hero being able to juggle long work days with a family.

    Also, just a suggestion…but how bout an episode talking about price structure. I know this is a touchy subject for some but could be greatly beneficial. Like how much to charge for certain types of shots and how much to charge when first starting out opposed to having worked in the industry 10 + years. I know I could benefit greatly from this as I’m just starting out with some freelance work. Thanks again!

  2. I just wanted to write to tell you that I really REALLY enjoy your podcast! If you are ever in Chicago, let me buy you a few drinks. I’ll try not to pummel you with questions! Cheers!

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